The Gazette from Montreal, Quebec, Canada on September 5, 1986 · 53
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The Gazette from Montreal, Quebec, Canada · 53

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myHHiaiiy ClWC'.'.lCiU', Montreal, friday, September 5, 19CC D 3 5 "The most terrifying film I have cnnn V!c ir r,r nnr BUM JVUI) Ul UIJ VlllVil Jr''i . Mitfhoui f"iru fTPF TV MAnlnal . ft J I'lHiliii tt 't'va - -" i I'iwiiuvni I'i 4 ' "The Best Action Film Of Tlic Year!" h stfpH. aikmv Lj,: u Efc--' . ,, fi I HX ?5w:iS3 vl.Lfw'fe in i i i siw.untn IMPERIAL 1:40-4:20-7:00-9:35 Sat Lat Show 12:1S DORVAL 1 -LAVAL 1 Sat Sun 1:40 4:2O-7:0O-9:3S Nightly 7:00 9:35 LAVAL Only. Sat Late Show 12:1S UNRELENTING "A nightmare of unrelenting intensity-One ol the most horrifying films ever made." -Mictoel Metfved. SNEAK PREVIEWS ROMANCE "A gross-your-eyes-out horror movie that is also the year's most poignant romance." Richard Corliss. TIME MAGAZINE N, ; J : ;M W w- s ft f T If I IliUBBSIlJIII! 3 IflllllllWWBlfiliSi "aiiiiiijiwiiiiif PteM & - "liaisir'aiitiiiiii oik . -""13 S PALACE 4 12:30-2:30-4:30-6:30-8:30 Fri Sat Late Show 10:30 PALACES 1:30-3:30-5:30-7:30-9:30 Fri Sat Late Show 1 1:30 LAVAL S-KENT 2 Sat Sun 1:00-3:05-S:10-7:1S-9:20 Nightly 7:15-9:20 LAVAL Only. Sat Late Show 11:20 DOLLARO DRIVE-IN 2 CATES OPEN AT 7:30. SHOW STARTS AT DUSK. OUR DRIVE-IN SEASON ENDS ON SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 7TH. LsKV rULLUWIINu II o ntuULAH fnUunAnl. "ENEMY KiNE" AT DRIVE-IN ONLY WILLIAM t PETERSEN KIM G R E I ST JOAN ALLEN BRIAN DENNIS FARINA STEPHEN LANG tutuiih MICHAEL W rf. Ill-1. F.T1 APRIL AT DRIVE-IN v. awm nu v rr.d LOEWS 2 12:15-2:30-4:15-7:00-9:15 Fri Sat Late Show 11:30 DOLLARD DRIVE-IN 4 CATES OPEN AT 7:30. SHOW STARTS AT DUSK. OUR DRIVE-IN SEASON ENDS ON SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 7TH. FOLLOWING ITS REGULAR PROGRAM. 5 ' 1 ritti "CALL IN SICK, MISS THAT fGl BOARD MEETING, BUT DON'T LET FERRIS PASS YOU BY." Jack Curry, USA TODAY A JOHN HUGHES FILM MATTHEW BRODERiCK b.' . . ! . '. :-.: .--: .-.......'...-...-. - 'ivv:w hmmbb Hm r J!!l? PURE POV "Soma ol the most thrilling aerial sequence ever, -. swift, spiffy and entertaining ... two hour of pure powl" Pttw Travart, PEOPLE MAGAZINE INCREDIBLE "... exciting ... terrific ... the tcreen explode ... Incredible. TOP GUN it top drawer, top dog, topil" Ivor Stfltl ABC-TV SUPERSONIC "TOP GUN i top notch feature film fun, A uperonic, aky-high visual trip lurefire big icreen entertainment." David EhMham, KNSC-TV X i ' if v? 'iibqv ppiiriunniR PRnnnrTinru itLill I UIIUUIIMLIIIIILII IMUUUtiHfJII I TOM CRUISE KELLY McGlLLIS PARAMOUNT PICTURES PRESENTS- A DON SIMPSONJERRY BRUCKHEIMER PRODUCTION ATONY SCOTT P TOM CRUISE TOP GUN KELLY McGlLLIS VALKILMER ANTHONY EDWARDS M WM MUSIC SCDRE BY RAROLD FALTEHMEYER WRITTEN BY JIM CASH 15 JACK EPFS JR. PRODUCED BY DON SIMPSON AND JERRY BRUCKHEIMER DIRECTED BY TONY SCOH - . n iniiniiiuuin I luium "ss ADMISSION PRICES FOR PALACE ONLY VUaHVlLAJL" )-, "PRETTY JS v ra v cty in pink "?01VilVa SIX-TRACK LTII ixxbv srtPto 1 JDBS ADULTS S6 00 CHILDREN 03yrs& undeO. . $2 50 YOUTHS (1417 yst .SS.50 GOLDEN AGE S2.50 PALACE 1 12:40-2:50-5:00-7:10-9:20 Fri Sat Late Show 11:30 FAIRVIEW 1 Evening Only 7:10-9:20 DOLLARD DRIVE-IN 3 CATES OPEN AT 7:30. SHOW STARTS AT DUSK. OUR DRIVE-IN SEASON ENDS ON SUNDAV, SEPTEMBER 7TH. FOLLOWING ITS REGULAR PROGRAM. REGULAR 3SMM PRICES AT THE3 THEATRES FRENCH VERSION PARISIEN 5 12:45-2:55-5:05-7:15-9:25 Fri Sat Late Show 11:40 , ii I 1 I ia-"l VI ""j'GAM a M 3 I 3 1 1 J M CREENFIELD2 Sat Sun 12:45-2:55 5:05-7:15-9:25 B4I4t4IS Nightly 7:15-9:25 Crooner Johnnie Ray owes everything to Sophie Tucker By BILL BROWNSTEIN Special to The Cazette Singer Johnnie Ray can thank his lucky stars that he once crossed paths with Sophie Tucker in Portland, Ore, It was Tucker who told him: "If you want to make it in show business, get out of Portland!" That fateful meeting took place in 1949; and Ray not only got out of Portland in a jiff, but made it in a big way in showbiz as well. At last count, Ray's rendering of his hit tune Cry had sold more than 21 Vz million records. Ray appears at Le Stage Supper Club at La Diligence, Sept. 18 to 21. Downstairs at La Diligence, the sparkling Fats Waller musical revue Ain't Misbehavin is now into its fifth month and shows no signs of slowing down. The dynamic quartet of Ranee Lee, Michelle Sweeney, Dorian Joe Clark and Anthony Sherwood blend effortlessly and wondrously on harmonies as well as hoofin' routines. In all, 31 memorable Waller classics, including the title tune as well as Honeysuckle Rose and It's a Sin to Tell a Lie, are hissed, cooed, belted and boomed to the rocksteady piano accompaniment of Ari Snyder. The curtain rises at 8:45 p.m., Thursdays to Sundays. Back by popular demand at the Portage in the Bonaventure Hilton is Area Code, the high-energy funk-and-soul combo from New York City. The group performs Tuesdays through Saturdays until Sept. 13. Cover charge is $6 on weekdays, $8 . on weekends. Celtic music fans, take note. The NIGHTSPOTS Roundup of the club scene i -. ' - ' . i - -t y' : ,-.l ; ffi': . 1 i . ..... i JOHNNIE RAY Coming to Le Stage Golem is presenting the first Canadian concert of Rothfield & Carr, Sept. 13 at 8:30 p.m. Jane Rothfield is acknowledged as one of the finest fiddlers in America, while her hubby, Allan Carr, is recognized as one of Scotland's finest singers and guitarists. Together, the duo dish up a vibrant and unique blend of Scottish and American folk music. The Chateau Champlain Hotel will hold the Festival Gastronomi-que Francais, Sept. 11 to 28 at its Le Neufchatel restaurant. And who better to oversee the festivities than the master chef of French gastronomy, Pierre Por-tier, who makes his first visit to Canada? Portier is the ownerchef of the French 4-star restaurant La Gerbe de Ble and was dubbed "Meilleur Ouvrier-Cuisinier de France" (Best Chef in France) in 1979. And among the original delicacies rhef Portier will be ladling out are "Le Grenadin de Loup de mer a la Gauloisc," "Les Aiguillettes do canard nu micl et au gingembre" and "La Rognonnade de veau en crepinette." Gourmands can call the Chateau Champlain for reservations. Norm MacDonald, one of this country's hottest comics and a big hit at the recent Just for Laughs fest, comes to the Comedy Nest, Sept. 11 to 14. At the latter event, MacDonald proved Canadian content wasn't a cultural curse as he showed plenty of savvy in weaving a piquant political sketch of Mulf oney, Turner and Broadbent in a Grade 2 arithmetic class. He also explained why NASA chose Canadian Marc Garneau for the space shuttle: "They needed a subject for their motion-sickness study, and it was either a Canadian or a chimp." Meanwhile, another crazy Canuck, Craig "Frenchie" McFarlane, takes to the Comedy Nest stage this weekend. Showtimes are 9 and 11:15 p.m. tonight and tomorrow evening and 8:30 on Sunday. In the Refreshing Rock Group Title Department: Jump in the Pool is set to paddle and crawl at Station 10 the bar tonight and tomorrow evening. Management favorably compares the music of this Montreal East-based quartet to that of BronskiBeat. Incidentally, Station 10 is presenting the Sunday Night Comedy Second Anniversary Show, Sept. 14 at 9 p.m. And for a mere $2 admission charge, you can take in such talents as The Wackies, Dr. Trinidad and the one and only Alistair McAlistair. . An insider's view of the music world By ERUCE BAILEY Gazette Film Critic , Just in case we can't figure it out all by our little selves, rock superstar Sting (formerly of The Police) tells us from inside Bring on the Night what's so special about Bring . on the Night. There are lots of "rocumentaries" about bands in their last days (among them Let It Be, Last Waltz); even more about pop stars at their peak. But Bring On the Night offers something different a record of a band getting their act together for their first gig. Of course, this is not just any band. The film probably wouldn't have been made if the seven-member ensemble weren't headed by one REVIEW' BRING ON THE NIGHT Cinema Outremont A documentary directed by Michael Apted; (tarring Sting, Branford Marsali; screenings today and tomorrow, Sept. 12, 13, 19, 26, Oct. 3. of the biggest names in the music biz. And it didn't hurt their public profile any when the group later, managed to boost its word-of-mouth success with the release of the hit album, Dream of the Blue Turtles. Still, they might have had trouble getting distribution if it weren't for the clout of director Miehael Apted (Coal Miner's Daughter) behind it. But however the film got made and finally circulated to a Montreal repertory house we can be glad it's here. A good part of the film is giverl over to the nine days of rehearsal on I the super-elegant premises of the" ; Chateau do Courson in France. B bringing together top jazz musicians and blending their style with his own J artistic vision, Sting hopes to do something about the sad state of, rock 'n' roll: "Pop music is dead; it'J reactionary and racist," the one-time,1 school teacher asserts in the course. of a monologue that's unusually thoughtful by rock 'n' roll standards. He doesn't actually end up revolu tionizing the music world; after all7 there's nothing all that new abou "fusion" jazz and Sting's lyrics are not exactly pop music's answer ta Das Kapital. ; J i war m&t , i ft , f aarcAstMki CHAMPLAiN N.V. TL. 5'8-?e-824 Exit 41 42 Je. 9 a as TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE - PART 2 Tfil ARMED a DANGEROUS fjgj N .. Fri., Sat. a Sun. V"i'' i S3 Ea Kl m 658 IMi m 183 Ml- T..i. Mt;MHnA t- Ac ,Ln .. - i jj jj ii imin i' . i i ..Hi. " I 'ii J ' g j dui iiic glimpse we gei ui inc uiu- - 'IMiiipfT sicians' interactions and personah upiniuns oeiore uie cunceri is en-i lightening and amusing more often than not. Among the best interviews are'; those with saxophonist Branford Marsalis an outspoken young American who's not the least bit in; terested in fame and sees nothing! particularly courageous in Sting's ' decision to use stick with unfamiliar; material for at least half the coris" cert. "La musique, y est excellente, les comediens tres bons et le ton fort acceptable..." - Gekald LeBlanc "Great tunes, hilarious skits, top notch enthusiastic talented cast... Anglo has it all." -Thomas Schnurmacher "Le rythme est rapide et personne n'a le temps da v s'ennuyer." - Carmen Montessuit "It's fast, furious and fun. Don't miss it!" - Myron Galloway 288-3733 28S-FHEB i El Sra ParcPrlnce Arthur "I'm a jazz musician," Marsalis; explains with a certain whimsy. "I" know what it's like to play stuff that"; nobody wants to hear." -J The film is pretty short on dra-; matic tension, but some might find: rather touching the scene in which; Sting attends the birth of the son he; fathered by long-time girlfriend Tru'l die Styles. As he cuts the umbilical; cord and sheds a tear or two, we get the distinct impression that the experience of seeing his son, Jake, for the; first time means at least as much to; him as the Birth of the Blues. ' Jake, incidentally, just happened to come into the world on the second day of the band's debut concert sc ries. Someday, perhaps, we'll get to ask Jake what it's like to start life as a symbol. I Parents' Guide: for all. - JS!OMihL87Smjth NJT.S. 1 I WANtTOWBADlWSSa3l PLUS 2ND BIG HIT! IRATED ' i W, J I m 18 1 V i r.'. : l tie THE HOTTEST erotic ls"5 DtBBIt HL ? OF EM ALL CONTINUOUS FROM 11:00 A.M. rVTT1 tlOTfiiriG BEATS A KITTEtl 11 ATM DAD (MARILYN MY LOVE no.2) i. X for m3- rrHf PLEASURE SHE WOULD TRY AIVIVTUIMHI &M the "i . ;t4 or 't . ij (ii aimidiiui ju ua Tnnn T ..... .... a. rannrmy irtu s. ira Plut.lnd EHOTIC FILM 10 h 1.

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